Comedian turned actor Sunil starrer “Krishnashtami” directed by Vasu Varma and produced by ace producer Dil Raju has hit the theatres this weekend.
Story: Krishna Vara Prasad (Sunil) is an orphan who lives in America and is raised by his uncle (Mukesh Rishi). Krishna loves Indian tradition, decides to come back to India without informing his uncle. In this trip he meets Pallavi (Nikki Galrani) and falls in love with Pallavi. After coming to Andhra he comes to know that the same family with whom he is currently staying with is plotting to kill him. He finds the reason for it and tries to bring change in that family.
Analysis: Actor Sunil tried new rugged look but this look did not suite him. He could not get into the character. Both actresses Nikki Galrani and Dimple Chopade managed to grab audiences eyeballs with their glamour. They did not get chance to prove their performance as they have limited screen space. Mukesh Rishi and Ashutosh Rana have done justification with their roles and tried to deliver their best. Comedian Saptgiri managed to give some laugh to the audiences. Music by Dinesh is not upto mark. Cinematography by Chota K Naidu, is the backbone of the movie. Director Vasu Varma bored audience with routine storyline, direction and screenplay. There is no freshness in the story line and the second half of the movie is dragged and tests the patience of audiences. Overall the movie is below average, audiences did not get anything special to watch in the movie.